The portion of the bill that applies to ride share activities. You use the same percentage as you do for mileage. For example, if you put a total of 80,000 miles on your car for the year, and 20,000 is for personal use, then 75% of your cellphone bill would be deductible.Sorry if this was already answered, new driver here. I'm trying to plan ahead for next year and track all my business expenses as I go. So far I'm tracking mileage, car washes, a new fast-charge car charger, a multi-device charging cable for pax, and seat covers, all things I wouldn't have gotten had I not been doing rideshare. My question is does my cell phone bill count? It's essential to the job, but I'd have it whether I was doing rideshare or not so I'm not sure.
Disclaimer: I’m not a tax professional.